>Go to friends house
>Brags about his mother's home cooked meals
>All she uses to make her dishes are pre-made store bought ingredients
I was given this meat, and I have no idea what it is or what to do with it.
If it's not obvious already, I've never really cooked with any meat other than chicken breast/ground beef.
What is it?
off hand, not even joking, it looks like human meat
pair it with mushrooms. you can pound it out and make a schnitzel
or sear and then braise it with aeromatics, root vegetables, and white wine
What is /ck/'s opinion on the Television show. Good Eats?
One of my favorite past times is cozying up to a good fire and a good meal, while tuning into an episode of Good Eats.
It's informative, and fun. His jokes are safe, but funny, and he doesn't just teach you how to make a meal, he teaches you how to make the perfect meal. And in a way that even the simplest of people can understand.
How do you folks take your water?
I prefer mine mildly chilled, no salt or pepper, no mustard, served in a tall, transparent cup/glass
The water molecule is made of two hydrogen atoms bonded to a larger oxygen molecule at a specific angle. This molecule looks like Mickey Mouse's head. Mickey Mouse is known for saying "hOh hOh!" Mickey Mouse was created by Walter Disney. the letter M comes from an ancient cuniform for water. Coincidence? They don't exist mate.
Philly Cheesesteak sandwich vs ham sandwich
which one /ck/?
Was gonna eat my daily 6 eggs when the last one was full of blood worst of all I cracked it on the pan.Checked the label and it was caged never thought it matters does it?
>I posted this on /fit/ but my thread died pretty fast so I was wondering how does /ck/ like their eggs?
Bros I'm experiencing serious late night maccas cravings, please distract me.
Aside from stews, what do you think this sauce would be good in?
Can I get some lifehack recipes/images on DIY quick meals?
I saw some awhile back on bread in a cup or a brownie in a cup or something.
What does /ck/ think of my 3:30am onion rings?
Why are onion rings so difficult for so many people?
At my last restaurant I was pretty much the only cook who could put out consistently good quality onion rings, as opposed to stuck together, half the batter falling off, burnt pieces of shit.
It's not really that much different than anything else on fry.
My fucking chef would have me stick around and make a third pan or two of par cooked onion rings so the people working after me would basically have pre-made shit they just had to heat up.
>peanut butter cups in a hamburger
>Canadians will defend this
What's inside the patty? is that more chocolate and peanut butter?
I was KINDA willing to consider trying the peanut butter cup garnish, but if there's that much chocolate and peanut butter in it, that's a bit too much of an ask. How did that leave the test kitchen?
It kinda reminds me of the Ben and Jerry's Jimmy Fallon flavor (with potato chips inside), which turned out to be pretty good, but this is something else entirely.
I won't defend it as a Canuck. Peanut butter cups are trash tier candy.
I want a Smarties version!
So here is my small habenaro yield, not much but I'm proud of them my first food I've grown, in a apt.
So what should I do with them? I want to pickle some but I've never done that I have jars though. I could google stuff but I'm trapped in /ck/ for ever.
Those look pretty good, I'd put them into a chile, add them when it's about done. I've found over time that the orange habaneros loose their heat and flavor if cooked for a long time.
Interestingly that's not the same for chocolate habaneros. This is the time of the year to get them if you can.
What's your opinion on gabagool, /ck/?
>tfw all the ramen joints are staffed entirely by chinese people
Does ethnicity matter when it comes to Asian cuisine?
For me it is the McChicken, the best fast food sandwich
>eating manlet sized burgers
If it has less than 1000 calories it's not worth ordering.